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Powerview wireless motorization for window furnishings

Powerview is a wireless, battery-operated motorization system for window furnishings from Luxaflex.

The system allows occupants to pre-program their window shades and blinds for different levels of light and privacy throughout the day via an app.

The “rooms scenes” can then be activated by smartphone, tablet or remote control. As well, they can be automatically activated at pre-programmed times through the scheduling feature in the app.

Powerview also allows the window shades to e pre-programmed for the exact sunrise and sunset times, specific to the occupant’s geo-location.

The remote connect feature in the app allows the shadiest be controlled from anywhere, which provides the occupants with security while away from their homes.

The system includes a pebble-shaped remote controller, which is available in seven colours.


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